Relocating to a new country or city is an adventure filled with challenges and opportunities. Whether it's for work, family, or simply a change of scenery or a new environment, and building a social network are crucial steps to make your relocation successful and enjoyable. Here are some essential tips to help you adjust and connect in your new home.
We understand the importance of adopting eco-friendly transportation practices when it comes to moving goods. As a responsible and sustainable company, we are committed to minimizing our carbon footprint by offering environmentally conscious solutions for all your relocation and moving needs.
Starting February 1st, 2024, Serbia introduces the Single Permit, revolutionizing its immigration system by simplifying residence and work permit processes. This reform allows for online applications and promises swift processing, enhancing administrative efficiency. It also extends work permit validity and aligns rights for foreign workers with Serbian nationals. Additionally, the path to Permanent Residency is now more accessible, significantly boosting Serbia's appeal to foreign professionals. These changes mark Serbia's commitment to a more inclusive, efficient, and attractive labor market for global mobility.
We have an important update for those of you in Kazakhstan or planning a move there. We've doubled the size of our Almaty warehouse and are now ready to offer both long-term storage solutions and short-term options during relocation or other situations where temporary storage is needed.
The landscape of global immigration is undergoing significant transformations, with a focus on simplification, exploration of new destinations, and the burgeoning trend of digital nomadism. This article aims to encapsulate these trends, highlighting the current shifts and future prospects in immigration.
Please be informed of the changes to the legislation of Kyrgyzstan, which limit the period of cumulative stay for those who arrive in the country without visas.
As we have informed you earlier, citizens of each of the two countries will be able to stay in the other country without a visa for no more than 30 days consecutively, and no more than 90 days out of 180 days in total.
We would like to remind you that a campaign to secure quotas for employment of foreign nationals in 2024 is currently in progress. The deadline for employers to submit their quota applications is 30 September 2023.